I always watch the cycles of the moon.
They pull the tides of my feminine theatre.
Waking at six in the morn to watch the Worm moon squiggle to its setting.
Eagerly awaiting the egg moon aka the pink moon.
I put the snake’s oil over my face.
I slick back my long hair because, you know, the devil’s in there.
A Good Friday.
A potato casserole with green onions and sour cream.
A lamb wilt
And, what frightens is often the deepest kindness.
A casted shadow is dark, but only because it derives from the sunlight’s strike.